Updates for On-Premises Software Released; SaaS Servers Being Restarted
Software developer Kaseya has released patches for its remote monitoring and management software, which had been exploited by REvil ransomware attackers to infect up to 1,500 organizations. The patches mitigate the final three vulnerabilities out of seven that researchers first reported to Kaseya in early April.

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